Victory against homosexual agenda in TN schools

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

TennesseeA Tennessee school board under pressure to permit a Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) club to open in the district has found a way of eliminating the club, while avoiding a costly lawsuit.

According to MassResistance Founder and Director Brian Camenker, the Franklin County School Board couldn't simply eliminate the GSA club without having to eliminate all of the other non-curriculum clubs.

The pro-family activist says they overcame the problem by adopting a set of regulations requiring transparency and accountability which apply to all the clubs.

“[The GSA club will find nearly impossible to abide by] because the clubs depend on secrecy and deception and bringing in all kinds of outside people and horrible materials that no one finds out about," Camenker explains.

While the regulations will force the GSA club to cease operating, the Christian leader from Massachusetts maintains that other school clubs won't be hampered much.

"[Other clubs shouldn’t be affected] because they don't do anything that requires secrecy or anything like that,” Carmenker insists. “So it's probably just some more bureaucratic stuff that they have to do."

Liberty Counsel lawyers worked to help write the regulations protecting students, and Camenker says they stand ready to defend the board in the unlikely event the ACLU — or some other activist group — files a lawsuit over the across-the-board regulations.

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